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Student Cluster Algebra Seminar: Cluster Exchange Pattern of the Lambda Length

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345 Altgeld Hall
Jan 27, 2022   2:00 pm  
Wonwoo Kang

Lambda length was introduced by R. Penner in the study of the decorated Teichmuller space. I will talk about how to construct the lambda length on the hyperbolic space and then talk about the cluster exchange relation holds in this space. Additionally, I will talk about this also holds on the surface with orbifolds.

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